I've been in radio for more than 25 years working for no less than 10 different stations around New England including Providence, Boston, Bridgeport, New London, New Bedford and now the Seacoast. Additionally I've been heard in New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, Indianapolis, and I've hosted nationally syndicated shows including "Backtrax USA" "True Oldies" "Today's Best Hits" and others. Outside of radio, I've done TV work in Providence and New Haven, appeared in a few film projects, and owned my own production company. In my spare time I'm thrilled to split time between my new home in Dover and my place in Rhody with my better half, my step kids and family. I'm a real foodie, love trying new restaurants (Italian, seafood, Sushi), a fine red wine nut (and, yes, I save the corks), pretty avid record collector, love mid-century pop culture memorabilia (I have one of Johnny Carson's desk coffee mugs, a Paul McCartney autographed tour poster, 1964 World's Fair plates), and I just love warm weather! Oh, and I'm quite the politics nut both history and current events, so you definitely want me at your table on trivia night.
New England Is Ripe With New Waterfront Concert Venues
Favorite summer concert venue? Is it one of the awesome waterfront locations dotting New England?
Ready for Tacos and Tequila in Dover With Team Shark?
Who is ready for the first annual Tacos and Tequila Festival at Henry Law Park in Dover from 1-5 pm Saturday, July 27th
What’s the Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded in New Hampshire?
A look at the weekend forecast shows we will be with in range of 100 degrees Saturday on the Seacoast (maybe hitting it inland), but will it break the record?
Have You Noticed Some Papa Gino’s Spots Are No Longer Open in New England?
Fan of a hot cheesy slice at Papa Gino's? Remember a location that is now longer in that spot as I do?
Ever Wish You Could Hop on a NH Trolley Car?
It is, somewhat hard to imagine the thousands of miles of trolley line that once dotted New England during the Industrial Revolution of the late 19th century and into the mid 20th century in our cities and towns from Concord to Portsmouth to Manchester to Berlin.
And the Most Historic Hotel in New Hampshire Is?
I got married 3 weeks ago and we did not immediately hop on a plane to honeymoon, so the question has hung over us: "When are you taking a trip?!"
What Does the Future Hold for Portsmouth International Airport at Pease?
Have you traveled out of Portsmouth International at Pease? Would you like to see it expand?
Who Remembers Six Gun City in New Hampshire?
Six Gun City NH was a park/themed area opened in the 1950s and thru the 2014 featured a wild west town recreation, "edu-tainment" displays and artifacts touting life in the old west and live shows featuring cowboys and villains + the like.
This NH Place Is the Perfect Spot to Have Some Christmas in July
Have you been to Santa's Village recently?
All the Summer Brain Food You Need Is Right in Dover, New Hampshire
I just finally spent some time with the Woodman Institute Museum, and it's a fun summer brain food feed...
Tips to Meeting Presidents and Presidential Candidates in NH?
Any long time residents/fellow political junkies have any great stories of "Forrest Gump moments" meeting candidates and/or leaders up close here in the Granite State?
Where Is the Worst Summer Beach Traffic on the Seacoast?
4th of the July weekend or not, where is the worst summer beach traffic on the Seacoast? Hampton? Rye? York? Salisbury? Gloucester? Plum Island?
My NH Neighbor Has an Epic Display of 4th of July Decorations
Do you go all out and decorate for the 4th? And/or have you seen a great big display?
Remember When New Englanders Could Take a ‘Voyage to the Moon’ at Story Land?
I loved "Voyage to the Moon" at Story Land in Glen, NH. Do you remember it?
This Place Was Named Most Underrated Town in NH
Do you agree that this place is the most underrated town in New Hampshire?
My NH Address Was Too Hard to Find
A few of our (Wedding) registry items ended up going to our "last known address" which was back in Michigan where we worked before coming to NH.